An Overview of Aerospace Gas Turbine Technology of Relevance to the Development of the Automotive Gas Turbine Engine 780075
The NASA-Lewis Research Center (LeRC) has conducted, and has sponsored with industry and universities, extensive research into many of the technology areas related to gas turbine propulsion systems. This aerospace-related technology has been developed at both the component and systems level, and may have significant potential for application to the automotive gas turbine engine. This paper summarizes this technology and lists the associated references. The technology areas included are: system steady-state and transient performance prediction techniques, compressor and turbine design and performance prediction programs and effects of geometry, combustor technology and advanced concepts, and ceramic coatings and materials technology.
Citation: Evans, D. and Miller, T., "An Overview of Aerospace Gas Turbine Technology of Relevance to the Development of the Automotive Gas Turbine Engine," SAE Technical Paper 780075, 1978, https://doi.org/10.4271/780075. Download Citation
D. G. Evans, T. J. Miller
National Aeronautics and Space Administration Lewis Research Center Cleveland, OH
1978 Automotive Engineering Congress and Exposition